An employee displays the AcerCloud app on an Acer smart phone, laptop and tablet in the Build Your Own Cloud (BYOC) Experience Centre in Taoyuan county, northern Taiwan, May 29, 2014. Taiwan's Acer Inc detailed its long-touted push into cloud computing on Thursday, as the struggling computer maker responds to a shrinking PC market by pitting itself against cloud leaders Amazon.com Inc and Google Inc.

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December 10, 2014

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Falk Auditorium

Brookings Institution

1775 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20036

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Advances in mobile technology have transformed the global marketplace, especially in emerging economies. How has mobile technology changed economic progress in emerging economies? Who has benefited and why? How can emerging economies further take advantage of the mobile revolution to propel growth? Which challenges and decisions do policymakers currently face?

On December 10, the Center for Technology Innovation hosted an event to discuss mobile technology’s role and potential future in developing economies as part of the ongoing Mobile Economy Project event series. A panel of experts discussed what is needed to ensure that emerging mobile economies continue to grow, and how intellectual property, spectrum policy, and public policies contribute to sector development.


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